Don’t get me wrong you’re still invited to comment on this post but if you intend to “photoshop” pictures please inform people of what you’re really doing.
Moreover, even at the light of your pictures, would you sincerely say there would be any sort of improvement after surgery?[/quote]
Although PhotoShop is abused in some cases, it also has a perfectly legitimate application. PhotoShop remains the world standard image editing software.
As far as your improvement, a lot factors in. A man’s donor characteristics have a huge impact on the final hair transplant result. Also there is the four steps forward, two steps backward reality some men are faced with who have aggressive MPB. In other words, you may have continued to lose a good amount of hair in that one year period, waiting for your transplanted hair to grow.
Sometimes it’s the clinic’s fault, sometimes the patient sunburns his recipient area soon after surgery. Bariatric Surgery commonly causes hair loss. Often a patient takes medication that have a hair loss side effect. That happened to me while taking Allegra, Ibuprofen and glucosamine and chondroitin. My hair thinned all over by around 40%. Occasionally patients get some shock loss after strip surgery in particular that usually grows back. You should express your concerns to your doctor. Also google any medications you are taking even if they are over the counter. Also consider taking a supplement like Buried Treasure’s “Hair Skin and Nails”.
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